Help restore koala habitat

Donate before June 30 to plant trees for koala habitat conservation

Greenfleet's native revegetation work
Plant 5 native trees to provide food sources for koalas
Noosa $100
Plant 10 legally protected trees for koalas to live in
Greenfleet native reforestation work
Restore critical habitat for our koalas and other wildlife
Noosa Koala Ruth Huckstepp
Other (enter own amount)

Help save koalas

Australia's koalas are endangered due to climate change impacts and habitat loss.  It is critical that we act now to restore their habitat to ensure their long term survival.

Greenfleet has been planting trees to create sustainable, protected habitat for koalas and other threatened wildlife for 25 years. In 2021 we planted 120 hectares of koala habitat. With your help we will continue to restore even more this year and beyond.

Please donate before June 30 to save our precious wildlife. 

Greenfleet offsets and donations of $2 or more are tax deductible, as Greenfleet is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) organisation within Australia. 

Make a lasting impact on koala populations

Our native ecosystem restoration is unique and important because our forests are legally protected for up to 100 years. This ensures koala populations can re-establish and endure for generations to come.

Our forest at Wurneet Laang Laang in Victoria saw Strzelecki Koalas return within 3 years.

At Koala Crossing we planted nearly 100,000 trees on the largest remaining continuous stretch of open eucalypt forest in South East Queensland. Koala populations are now increasing in abundance and density there.

Restoring koala habitat


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Our current koala habitat restoration projects include:

  • Creating koala habitat in the Byron Hinterland in NSW at Anam Talamh
  • Our project at Hiddenvale in QLD, adjacent to known populations of koalas integrates road safety with revegetation design to direct koalas to cross under the road safely.
  • Improving connectivity between existing koala populations on the floodplain of the Wilson River at Greentrees in Northern NSW.
  • Increasing biodiversity and koala habitat in partnership with Queensland Trust for Nature at Aroona in QLD.
  • Restoring forest cleared a century ago at Ness Creek in Gippsland, VIC.
  • Planting native species that will provide prime koala food and tree diversity at Dangerbridge in QLD.
  • At Spurfield Rd In the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Greenfleet’s revegetation supports koala populations.

Thank you for donating to support Greenfleet's work to save our precious koalas and their habitat